I am looking for any information I can find on these and related families. From my research I believe both Clemente Migliore and his wife Rosa Barone were born in Caserta, Italy. Rosa came to the USA with their son in 1886. I would love to communicate with anyone who is interested in these families.
Hello and welcome to the Forum!
Did you need any help in locating US records (census, military registration, naturalization, ship manifests) If you need direction for Italian records, since Caserta is both a province and comune (town), you'll need to be sure that you have the correct comune.
Almost all Italian records are kept at the comune level (birth, marriage, and death acts)
Did they also have a daughter Angelina Migliore SIMONETTI?
from this website: http://eron6637.tripod.com/ronsroots29.html If they did, and this is Angelina's SSDI, you could order her SS Application to find out the comune of her birth.
Name: Angela Simonetti
Last Residence: New York
Born: 26 Dec 1879
Died: Oct 1962
State (Year) SSN issued: New York (Before 1951)
The SS-5, or Application for Social Security Number is a great resource for learning more about individuals who died after about 1960, and generally includes the following: - Full name - Full name at birth, including maiden name - Present mailing address - Age at last birthday - Date of birth - Place of birth - Father's full name - Mother's full name, including maiden name - Sex - Race as indicated by the applicant - Whether the applicant ever applied for Social Security or Railroad Retirement before - Current employer's name and address - Date signed - Applicant's signature
head Rose Migliore 64, abt 1856 IT
- owns house without a mortgage
- immig 1896, Al
son Rocco Migliore 32, abt 1888 NY
- chauffeur, private family
(grand) daughter Rose Migliore 7 6/12
son Pasquale Migliore 22, abt 1898 NY
- chauffeur, private family
Home in 1920:
3001 Payne Ave, rents
Cleveland Ward 10, Cuyahoga, Ohio
head Joseph Mirion 36, abt 1884 IT
- immig 1885, Na 1904(?)
- barber, own shop
wife Mary Migeore 36, abt 1884 Austria (German)
- immig 1886, Na
son Clement P Migeore 15, abt 1905 NY
son Joseph Migeore 7, abt 1913 Long Island NY
lodger Fred Glen 43
Thank you for the information. I am the webmaster for Ron's Roots so that info is known to me. However, the information about the 1920 census and the draft cards is new to me and greatly appreciated. Do you know the NARA roll number for the migliore entry? I do have the social security information for Angelina and it declares that she was born in Salerno, Italy.
I'm glad we could find some new records for you.
Have you located Giuseppe's naturalization paperwork?
As you probably know, if it was before 1906 it may not have much information on it.
Which records did you need a NARA number for?
here are some of the sources, from ancestry. com
Name: Joseph Migliore
Birth Date: 6 Mar 1883
FHL Roll Number: 1831767 DraftBoard: 7
(no reference number on the census from ancestry. com)
Name: Jo Baren
Arrival Date: 11 May 1886
Estimated birth year: abt 1855 Age: 31
Port of Departure: Marseilles, France and Naples, Italy
Destination: New York
Place of Origin: Italy
Ship Name: Britannia
Search Ship Database: Search the Britannia in the 'Passenger Ships and Images' database
Port of Arrival: New York
Microfilm Serial: M237 Microfilm Roll: M237_494 List Number: 521 Port Arrival State: New York
Port Arrival Country: United States
I noticed on your family pages on ancestry that you have a birth location for Rosa Barone?
If you still think it may be the correct comune ...
Here's an address, in case you don't already have it, for writing for her birth record (act) and her marriage record (her marriage should have been recorded in her birth town) Valarie
Research in Saragnano by writing to the comune of Baronissi:
Not sure if there is a connection here, but my grandfather Pietro Linquiti (alt = Linguiti, Linquidi), who was born in Baronissi in 1877, maried a Maria Barone in Salerno, Italy on April 9, 1910. They then moved to New York. He passed away in 1945 and she passed away in the mid-1960s. Baronissi is only about 11km north of Salerno.
I don't know but it might be promising. I'm trying to run down my Rosa Barone through the Italian sources. Hopefully I can get a birth cert and then trace back. Have you been able to trace Maria at all?
Not yet. I am thinking that since the wedding was in Salerno, I need to get a copy of the marriage record which will give me birth town & year of birth +- a year or two for Maria -- then I would look for a birth certificate, and if that works, I'd have Maria's parents. Thoughts?
Hi, my name is Arnaud Digard, I'm french and i'm living in Normandy. I'm looking for family member of Sam J Migliore from Cleveland, who was a great soldier in the 327th Glider Infantry Regiment of the 101st Airbone during WW2. Sam died in Normandy on 1944 june the 13th during the battle of Carentan (normandy Peninsula). I've found few informations about him on the following web site http://www.ww2-airborne.us/units/327/327_trp.html http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cg ... d=26688755 Sadly, Sam had no children and no wife. But he had sisters. I would really appreciate to meet his family memebers. Thanks for your help. Arnaud